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Central Brain Identifier
Central Brain Identifier is designed to provide detailed identification and obtaining the most complete information about all AMD processors. It recognizes more than 50 various models of the AMD processors. It shows not only the general information about the processor, but also allows to determine its important technical features, such as processor core name, core revision, a nominal processor frequency, the date of announce, an OPN number, the components of the PowerNow! Technology and also independently computes an XP-Rating for processors having a Model Number. The program is capable to detect the core voltage of mobile AMD processors and the newest AMD Athlon 64 processor. Advanced recognition methods can accurately determine mobile, desktop and server variants of the AMD processors. The power diagnostic capabilities provide the most complete information about the processor cache. The program incorporates tweak features such as processor name modification, L1 Cache ECC control and Clock Control Register correction and DRAM timing control. Central Brain Identifier is aggressively aimed to compete with well-known processor diagnostic tools.
Released an updated version of the Central Brain Identifier 184.108.40.206! Added two additional DRAM timings of Read to Write Delay (tRTW) and Write to Read delay (tWTR) for the nVidia nForce2 chipset. The nForce2 FSB frequency control box enhanced with information about DRAM frequency. Added preliminary support to VIA VT82C686 south bridge to determine the VCore and CPU temperature. Added support to the AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ processor.